If “Maison” was laced with some very obvious funky, soulful vibes, the latest single, “Kaleka”, infuses itself with those same sounds in a more supple and subtle way. It may be understated but it is no less infectious, drawing the listener in with seductive grooves and sultry ways and always making the argument that it isn’t a track that is accessible and addictive despite these more gentle ways but because of them. Less is more and all that jazz!…

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